Spider-Man. Through the Spider-Verse did the impossible. Not only is Marvel’s multiverse a solid sequel, but its mix of animation styles, action, and heartfelt storytelling (arguably) surpasses the original. In the spider section hit Although still focused on Miles Morales (Shameek Moore), The film also follows Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld), Miguel O’Hara (Oscar Isaac), Peter B. Parker (Jake Johnson) and Spider-Punk (Daniel Kaluuya). As of June 7, the film has earned over $228 million at the box office.
We bet you couldn’t avoid spoilers for this movie. There’s a massive cliffhanger, unlimited spinoff potential, and a whole universe of Spider-Men ready to tell their own stories. But Spider-section had one more barrier to break. At the end of the film, its creators take the concept of the post-credits scene and scrap it. Are you excited for the next movie? Spider-Man. Beyond the Spider-Verse— Just one year away from release on March 29, 2024. Do you have burning questions about how the animated trilogy will wrap up its exciting story? Well, keep that anticipation high.
Unlike most superhero movies and even the big summer blockbusters Quick X–Spider-Man. Through the Spider-Verse does not have a post-credits scene. The movie doesn’t even have an average movie scene. There’s no extra Spider-Man to tease, and no mind-dead character coming back. 1000 new Spider-men not enough for you? It’s a bold play and I hope it sticks. I don’t want to sit through the credits for someone to show up and say “Hello, Spider-Man” before I wait another year or two to see them again. Fortunately, we only have to wait until March 29, 2024 for the next chapter.
Josh Rosenberg is an assistant editor at Esquire who maintains a steady diet of one movie a day. Her past work can be found on Spin, CBR and her personal blog at Roseandblog.com.
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